The Tulane International Fútbol Negotiation Competition, run by the Tulane Sports Law Society, is a simulated contract negotiation competition using real-life international soccer/fútbol clubs and players in hypothetical scenarios. The competition will feature two types of negotiation scenarios: Buying Club v. Selling Club, and Club v. Player, with the former modeled off of the international player transfer market. In order to simulate an actual negotiation, the participants will receive a set of confidential objectives that serve as guidelines for the negotiation (samples below). Similar to Tulane’s Football, Baseball, and Basketball competitions, this competition will provide participants with the opportunity to sharpen their negotiation skills as well as their knowledge of industry contracts.
Soccer/fútbol industry experts will serve as judges for each negotiation. Competitors will also submit a written component before the negotiations and will participate in a virtual presentation round.
Thank you for your interest in this year’s competition. Each team that wishes to participate must submit a registration form and pay the applicable entry fee by mail. NOTE: A team will not be registered until the Tulane Law School Sports Law Society receives BOTH. Please submit checks (made payable to Tulane University Sports Law Society) via mail to:
Tulane University Sports Law Society
Attn. Tulane Futbol Negotiation Competition, care of Morgan Jackson
6329 Freret St. New Orleans, LA 70118
To place your school on the 2022 invite list, please contact us. Priority will be given to those who apply early. Questions or concerns regarding the competition can be directed to email@example.com.